Posts Tagged with "real time search"

The Olympics Impact on Google Search Results

Thursday, February 18th, 2010

This year’s Winter Olympic Games, which started last Friday, provided us with a unique opportunity in that we were able to track the event and see how it affected rankings in Google. Typically, when news breaks it’s not easily predicted, which therefore makes it difficult to track and measure the changes that take place within […]

What Do You Think of Google Real Time Search?

Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Just to bring us all up to speed, Google Real Time Search launched last week and also announced partnerships with Facebook and MySpace. According to an article by Danny Sullivan, Google’s pulling in real time information from a variety of sources, including Twitter, Google News, Google Blog Search, FriendFeed, Jaiku, and others. Of course, all […]

What’s This? More Real Time Search Options!?

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

I’ve already admitted my recent addiction to real time search. I love it, and I’ll tell you why. My experience on the Internet has been one in which most interactions take place after the fact. My guess is, instead of participating right now, most Internet users are still functioning in this delayed response mode (with […]

More Options for Real Time Search

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

I’m obsessed with real time search! and I don’t think it’s just me (Google just announced social search), and in my last article, I talked about Twitter real time search and trends.  Of course, some people have their doubts about the viability of social search, but I believe real time search is only going to […]

Real-Time Search Is Essential: Does Google Caffeine Fit the Bill?

Friday, August 14th, 2009

The need for real-time search is a growing issue for search engines like Google, and the former MSN search engine Live. MSN, in an attempt to address the issue, developed Bing creating a "decision engine" that claims to provide better results; I’m sure you’ve seen the commercials. We’ve all been anticipating the arrival of a […]